Visually stunning, breathtaking, and profoundly interesting, How the Earth Changed History from the BBC is mesmerizing TV. Host Iain Stewart takes us on a fascinating journey that explores how the Earth’s natural forces have worked in concert to either improve or destroy civilizations.
Stewart’s passion for the subject is very apparent, and his enthusiasm as he discusses and explores each location and its historical significance is contagious. He is truly awed and amazed by the hidden treasures that our planet has to offer. You will be too.
There’s so much to explore in this five episode series, and so much to learn. How have the basic elements of earth, wind, water, and fire helped to forge and establish the world around us? Why did civilization begin where it did? The simple things we take for granted on this planet are more fascinating and complex than we normally believe them to be.
This amazing series includes five episodes, which include: Deep Earth; Wind; Water; Fire; and Human Planet. There’s also the special feature, Filming in Extremes: An Interview with Iain Stewart.
How the Earth Changed History is a beautifully done and well-made program of the quality and expertise you have come to expect from the BBC. Iain Stewart is a fantastic host/guide, and the areas of the world he explores are truly sights that will take your breath away. Totally worth watching!
How the Earth Changed History is available on Blu-ray and DVD June 29, 2010!
Check out this clip from the How the Earth Changed History with Iain Stewart below: